Edwin Schlossberg is a designer, author, and artist from the United States.
He began building interactive experiences in 1977 for the Brooklyn Children's Museum, which was the first hands-on learning environment in the United States.
Schlossberg is still active in the field and publishes frequently on it. Einstein and Beckett, as well as Interactive Excellence: Defining and Developing New Standards for the Twenty-First Century, are among his eleven publications.
His work has been featured in numerous solo exhibitions and museum exhibits. President Barack Obama named him to the United States Commission of Fine Arts in 2011, and he served until 2013.
His career brings him great income.
Edwin Schlossberg's net worth is currently estimated at $16 million.
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Edwin Schlossberg is married to an author Caroline Kennedy since 1986. The couple has 3 kids.
Edwin Schlossberg with his wife their wedding
She is daughter of 35th U.S. President, John F. Kennedy.
She was born on November 27, 1957.
Children: Edwin Schlossberg has 2 daughters, Tatiana Schlossberg, Rose Schlossberg and a son, John Schlossberg.
His son is a lawyer.
His daughter Tatiana is a journalist.
Edwin Schlossberg’s father is Alfred Schlossberg.
Edwin Schlossberg’s mother is Mae Schlossberg.